Train to Play Free Concert Tomorrow Night at Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica

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Train to "play that song" one more time. To compensate anyone who held a lawn ticket to this past weekend’s concert at Blossom, Train will perform a special free concert tomorrow at 9 p.m. at Jacobs Pavilion. This concert is exclusively for paid lawn ticket holders who experienced sound issues after a power outage reportedly effected the speakers in the lawn area at the concert.

Patrons with proof of a paid lawn ticket must present their ticket to the Jacobs Pavilion box office for entry. Entry will be limited, and customers will be admitted on a first come, first served basis. Doors will open at 7 p.m.



Live Nation will also send a code and instructions to lawn ticket purchasers via email within the next ten days regarding Live Nation Concert Cash that can be used towards purchasing a future concert ticket at any owned or operated Live Nation venue, including Blossom Music Center.

According to the press release that Live Nation sent out this morning, the Blossom Music Center, Live Nation and Ticketmaster “appreciate your patience and understanding as we work to rectify this unfortunate situation for the lawn patrons. We apologize to all fans in attendance at the Blossom Music Center Train concert that were affected by the sound issues.”



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